Loeb & Loeb is pleased to announce the arrival of corporate partner Henry Yin, who will join the firm as chair of Asia M&A and Technology Transactions, based out of the firm’s Hong Kong and Beijing offices. Yin joins with significant experience in global cross border transactions, complex public and private mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital investments, and other corporate matters in China, the U.S. and globally.
Clients including investors, founders and financiers have turned to Yin for counsel on cross-border/outbound investments, private equity, venture capital and growth investments, joint ventures, private investments in public equity (PIPE) deals, financings, and going-private transactions.
“We are pleased to have Henry join our thriving operations in Asia and remain committed to growth and expansion in the region,” said Lawrence Venick, managing partner of the firm’s Hong Kong and Beijing offices. “With his deep transactional expertise, Henry is an ideal addition to lead our M&A and Technology transactions team.”
“Henry is a strategic asset to our global corporate team, whose versatile background and local market insights will help us further leverage emerging growth opportunities,” said Mitch Nussbaum, vice chair of the firm. “Our clients will benefit from his ability to guide them through complex deals and navigate an evolving regulatory landscape.”
Yin also advises family offices, founders, significant shareholders and corporate clients in negotiated or contested complex transactions, corporate governance matters, boardroom and transaction strategies, ESOP matters, competitive bidding process and other technology transactions. His practice spans a broad range of industries, including technology, life sciences, film, media, financial services, education, manufacturing, fintech, logistics, blockchain, real estate, pharmaceuticals and infrastructure.
“I’m excited to join Loeb’s talented corporate team,” said Yin. “The firm’s client base and its reputation as a leading firm in the technology sector is in strong alignment with my practice and my client’s needs. I look forward to continuing to grow my practice in Asia and abroad and continuing to empower innovators and investors, founders, financiers and visionaries as part of the Loeb team.”
Yin, a native Mandarin speaker started his legal career in the New York office of Skadden before moving back to Asia and practicing as a partner with leading international law firms. Prior to joining Loeb, Yin was a partner at Cooley LLP and head of its corporate practice in Beijing. He earned his J.D. cum laude from Duke University School of Law and his B.A. from the University of International Relations. He is a China Fellow of the Aspen Institute.